Teaching English using video materials: design and delivery of a practical course

Julio Lopez-Alvarado


In this paper, a practical course for listening, speaking, reading and writing was designed using authentic video material. The aim of this paper is to offer tools to the TEFL teacher in order to design new course materials using video material. The development procedure is explained in detail, and the underpinning main theories are also mentioned, in order to facilitate the future development of new materials to the TEFL teachers.


TEFL, video, course design

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